Ginger Cinnamon Chamomile Tea is a drink with incredible healing properties. This unique blend of tea is a fusion of taste and health, loaded with the goodness of chamomile. Whether you’ve overworked or are stressed, this tea will always work for you and calm you like no other drink. In addition, the ginger in this tea will keep you warm for a long time.
The combination of chamomile, cinnamon, and ginger is ideal for seasonal colds and flu. Not only does it relax your muscles, but it will also help you sleep better! You can make this chamomile tea recipe with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
This hot beverage is made with a unique combination of chamomile, ginger, and cinnamon, making it both unique and delicious. One advantage of this beverage is that it requires very little effort on your part and can be prepared in a matter of minutes. This tea is appropriate for any occasion. Try this quick and healthy tea recipe with your family and friends.
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
• 1 teaspoon cinnamon
• 1 1/2 teaspoon honey
• 1/2 inch ginger
• 2 cup Chamomile tea
• 1 teaspoon coconut oil
Step 1- Make a cup of Chamomile tea with coconut oil and honey.
Heat a saucepan over medium heat and add the chamomile tea to make this perfect tea recipe. When it begins to boil, add the cinnamon powder, coconut oil, and honey and continues to cook for another 2-3 minutes.
Step 2- Add the ginger and continue to brew for a few minutes.
Then, in the pan, peel and grate the ginger and mix well. Bring the tea back to a boil, then remove from the heat.
Step 3- Blend the tea and serve it hot.
Then, transfer the tea to a blending jar and thoroughly blend. Pour it into a cup and serve with your favourite toast.
So, we can all agree that this warming fresh ginger chamomile tea is truly incredible. I’m obsessed with its golden colour and energising flavour. It’s incredibly simple to make and is the ultimate healthy treat.
Ginger’s Health Benefits
Personally, I believe that ginger improves my overall well-being. It calms my stomach and I enjoy drinking it in the mornings, especially on stressful days. In the evenings, I add more chamomile flowers to the mixture to help me relax and sleep. And, on particularly indulgent days, it definitely helps me feel less stuffed and bloated after eating.
• If you’re using ginger powder, dissolve it in boiling water first before adding the chamomile flowers. I’d start with 1/2 teaspoon and taste it, then add more if necessary.
• If you’re new to ginger, you can start with less and gradually increase your tolerance.
• Use more water than the recipe calls for if you prefer lighter teas. Add more ginger for more zing.
• Tea bags can be substituted for the chamomile flowers and fresh ginger.
Last Updated on August 12, 2021